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Kaneland’s biggest concerns addressed

Kaneland’s biggest concerns addressed
March 22, 2012

By Julia Angelotti, Executive Editor With the year coming to an end soon, many Kaneland students have questions regarding next year’s schedule. The Krier sent out a poll asking students what questions...

Budget cuts strike Kaneland again

Budget cuts strike Kaneland again
March 22, 2012

By Delaney Stryczek and Lexi Roach, Editors $1.1 million. Six teachers. Four more students per class. Budget cuts are hitting Kaneland with everything they’ve got. At both February board meetings,...

Foreign language students leave for Europe

March 22, 2012

  By Felicia Steik, Reporter   Forty-seven Kaneland foreign language students and six teachers are leaving for a tour of Barcelona, the French Riviera, Monaco and Cinque Terre, Italy today.   Participants...

Deputy Wolf brings in K9 dog for a presentation

Deputy Wolf brings in K9 dog for a presentation
March 10, 2012

By Courtney Diddell, Reporter A K9 unit from the Kane County Sheriff’s Office demonstrated how drug searches are conducted for contemporary health classes at Kaneland High School on Mar. 7. Health...

Budget cuts hit Kaneland for third year in a row

February 25, 2012

$1.1 million. Six teachers. Four more students per class. Budget cuts are hitting Kaneland with everything they’ve got. At both February board meetings, the district discussed the latest round of budget...

SOPA shelved; ACTA introduced

SOPA shelved; ACTA introduced
February 23, 2012

By Matt Wahlgren, Editor The Stop Online Piracy Act was cancelled last month amid controversy. The bill, introduced on Oct. 26, would have given the government greater authority to discipline sites...

Cast selected for Les Misérables

Cast selected for Les Misérables
February 23, 2012

By Liz Such and Nick Boose,  Reporters Les Misérables, the spring musical, will be preformed on March 16-17 at 7 p.m. and on March 18 at 2 p.m. in the auditorium. The musical, which is based on the...

English sponsors a trip to London

The Tower of London is one of several classic London sites students will visit next spring on the English Department trip to London and Amsterdam. Photo courtesy EF Tours.
February 23, 2012

By Emily Gulanczyk, Editor When studying Shakespeare’s plays and learning about Anne Frank, the majority of  Kaneland students don’t have the firsthand experience of seeing where Shakespeare’s...

Budget to be cut an extra million

Budget to be cut an extra million
February 23, 2012

By Jacob Razo and Shane Fergus, Editors Starting next year, the Kaneland district will have a budget deficit of approximately $930,000 due to an unexpected state budget cut that gives schools less money....

Counselors to answer registration questions about eight-period day

Junior Jay Nelson met with counselor Anna Lamica to discuss the upcoming year in light of the new eight-period day schedule.
January 26, 2012

By Morgan Buerke, Editor Many students are confused about registration going on this week for next year’s schedule change. The eight-period day, decided upon last year as a way to improve student...

Search for new Sugar Grove library director continues

Beverly Holmes Hughes, shown here in a photo from the Friends of the Sugar Grove Library, was named Sugar Grove's Citizen of the Year in 2011.
January 26, 2012

By Kaprice Sanchez, Editor The Sugar Grove library has started to look for a new director, a process sure to cause many emotions will reach the surface from the community. On July 14, Hughes was fired...

RTI identifies struggling students

RTI identifies struggling students
January 26, 2012

By Sara Laurie, Editor When juniors got pulled out of class to take  the ACT and E2020 screeners last month, many  thought it was a one time deal–but it’s just the beginning of a new program at...

Sugar Grove gets freaky fast subs

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January 6, 2012

  By Sabrina Sivert, Reporter Sugar Grove will soon be one of the many towns to receive “freaky fast delivery,” when its newest restaurant, Jimmy John’s, opens. The sandwich chain will...

Student Council sponsors holiday drive for Toys for Tots

January 6, 2012

By Katie Hill, Reporter Children all over the Fox Valley area are having a merrier Christmas, thanks to Student Council members who worked hard to make children smile. This week, Student Council finished...

Building nearing capacity

Geometry teacher Cheryl Clayton is one of the many teachers at Kaneland that has a fuller class room this year.
January 6, 2012

  By Lanie Callaghan and McKinzie Mangers, Editors  The high school is within short distance of hitting maximum capacity, data presented to the school board shows. The building is currently ...

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